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Yes, Ford Is Building Plants in Mexico. No, It’s Not Cutting U.S. Jobs.

The American appetite for trucks and S.U.V.s is a reason to keep 3,700 jobs at a Michigan plant. But Ford can’t afford to build small cars there.
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